Go Be Epic: A 21-Day Workbook & Journal for a More Fulfilling Life

Go Be Epic: A 21-Day Workbook & Journal for a More Fulfilling Life

Go Be Epic: A 21-Day Workbook & Journal for a More Fulfilling Life

Go Be Epic: A 21-Day Workbook & Journal for a More Fulfilling Life

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Overview

Go Be Epic is a workbook and journal designed for accomplishing big goals with incremental steps toward success. Use it to track daily goals, one thought and one action at a time. It will help you be honest with yourself, and to stay away from perfectionistic thinking. We just ask that you take the next 21 days to invest in your greatest asset, YOU. YOU ARE WORTH IT!


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798986646053
Publisher: Hyenas in Petticoats Entertainment LLC
Publication date: 12/31/2022
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 112
File size: 20 MB
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About the Author

Cleveland, Ohio native James Moorer is a Los Angeles-based best-selling author, actor, producer, director, and screenwriter. He is an unflinching storyteller who isn't afraid of the foreboding passenger in the souls of man. He writes dark, character-driven dramas where the road to hell is paved with good intentions, where the good fight is more than an ideal, and where blood-covered heroes love pancakes. James is known for his work on "DEATHDATE," "STASIS," and the award-winning films, "THE REAL MAN," "ONLY IN PARIS," and "IN THE DEATHROOM," based on a Stephen King short story. He has optioned several projects and is the self-proclaimed authority on pancakes in the San Fernando Valley. James is repped by Jon Katzman.
Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, Aaron Silverman recently returned from New York City with his wife and two children to pursue a Doctorate in Education. Prior to moving back to Columbus, Aaron taught high school social studies in a New York City Public high school for fourteen years, where he also coached the varsity baseball team in the city's elite "AAA" Division.In his spare time, Aaron enjoys spending time with his family, writing screenplays and children's books, and reading banned books.
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